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It all began with a click of a button where I stumbled upon a TedTalk video on a 30-day challenge. What sparked my interest was how simple it was. You set a 30-day goal to achieve. It was not anything other than something that you want to do, but needed that extra motivation or push to do it.
If you google “30-day challenge” you literally come across a mountain of challenges. For example, I did it and here are a few: Drawing, abs, plank, squat, organization, paleo, slim, move, healthy breakfast, burpees, running, and even hand lettering.
There are so many resources that can help us when we need it, but how about those times we just want to be able to do something on our own, work for it, and achieve it?
It was mentioned in the video, that small goals= sustainable goals. It does not have to be some over the top, reach for the stars and never stop trying goal. You want something you can achieve and know that you worked to get it. That does not mean that large goals should not be set, but the point is finding that time to embrace the day on work on small things you want to achieve too. If we only look at the big picture, we miss out on the small moments that slide right by. I love how he mentions that when he started doing the 30-day challenges, he realized how much the time that passed by he remembered. I want to embrace the days and have them packed with meaning. Not time that has been thrown away to pointless worth.
Is there something you want to do, but just need that extra push to do it? Here is that chance. Join me on a 30-day challenge to set forth in taking each day and enjoying it. Finding beauty in the moment and making a difference. YOU can do it.
Watch the video for yourself here: